Add more/better triggers to Rotten Tomatoes #124

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jagtalon opened this Issue Feb 6, 2013 · 5 comments

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jagtalon commented Feb 6, 2013

There are probably a lot of triggers we can add to these spices such as:

release date
runtime | length | hours | how long is
cast of
actors in
plot | premise | synopsis | overview | summary

The other issue is that we need to make sure the api's will return the relevant information. Otherwise we need to seek out a better, more robust movie api (or separate movie API's) which can provide the best answers for these kinds of queries.

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majuscule commented Feb 6, 2013

Looks like we get an abrideged cast as well as runtime and synopsis. It's definitely be worth adding triggers for those.

http://developer.rottentomatoes.com/docs

jagtalon changed the title from Add more/better triggers to IMDB/Rotten Tomatoes to Add more/better triggers to Rotten Tomatoes Jul 25, 2014

@ehsan ehsan added a commit to ehsan/zeroclickinfo-spice that referenced this issue Aug 10, 2014

@ehsan ehsan Add more triggers for the Rotten Tomatoes spice
This fixes issue #124.
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@ehsan ehsan added a commit to ehsan/zeroclickinfo-spice that referenced this issue Aug 10, 2014

@ehsan ehsan Add more triggers for the Rotten Tomatoes spice
This fixes issue #124.
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ehsan commented Aug 10, 2014

I also extended the display of movies to include the year and cast if available here: #1003

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mwmiller commented Aug 10, 2014

@jagtalon, @rodrigue-h: @ehsan has expanded the Rotten Tomatoes triggers as suggested here with PR #1002 ... would we be able to get better zero-click info for synopsis and the like via Kwixer these days?

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jagtalon commented Aug 15, 2014

@mwmiller You mean Rotten Tomatoes doesn't have good synopsis?

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jagtalon commented Sep 25, 2014

Closing this in favor of a more complex way of triggering (which is, at the moment, internal): #1118 (comment)

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